For Greek and Hebrew languages I generally use the Arial fonts family (Arial Hebrew - Arial Unicode MS) or the Adobe fonts family (Adobe Hebrew).
I am not such an expert on fonts :S
Thanks for the input, however these do not contain vowel point for the Hebrew, or breathing marks etc for the Greek.
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There is a Hebrew font called Ezra SIL which I believe is free -- take a look for it here: http://scripts.sil.org/cms/scripts/page.php?site_id=nrsi&id=ezrasil_home
It contains full vowelization for Hebrew.
The version of Arial as well as Times New Roman that come with Windows certainly do support Hebrew nikud (the vowels) and well as trope markings.
Adobe Hebrew also supports full Hebrew nikud although it does not support trope markings (the musical notations used in the Hebrew Tanach).